Money Matters: 7 Investments I value the most in this lifetime

I have been pondering on some finance topics to write about this January. By tradition, the New Year stands as a fresh start for everyone and as expected, finance posts have been flooding my news feeds the past few weeks. It’s a fresh start for us, too! For months, I’ve been talking about how we were slowly but surely inching our way out of our credit card debt, and last week, we paid the last of it, yahoo! Let me take this opportunity to declare that we are finally “DEBT-FREE!” Opportunity in disguise Paying our credit card debt monthly became […]

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Homeschool Review: SchoolhouseTeachers.coms’ Wonders of the World and All about the World

I recently tried the SchoolhouseTeachers.com’s Yearly Membership offer  and I was completely blown away by the website.Not only do they offer you a complete list of Elementary Homeschool Courses, Middle School Homeschool Courses, and High School Homeschool courses, you can also download PDF files of the lessons and print them. I usually steer clear of web resources that require a child to be online to work on the activities because I’m a full-time work-from home mom and I use the computer primarily for my work. I don’t want the kids to have to wait the whole day before they can get […]

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Comment Exchange: Is it good or bad for your blog?

When I first discovered blog comment exchanges in 2013, I was thrilled! I was a newbie in the blogging industry and having a couple of comments come through seemed to make my blog look good. As a new content marketer back then, I tried to do the same for our company’s website to help improve our website’s searchability, but was then called out by my boss for doing so. Apparently, instead of helping us gain traction, despite receiving comments from people all over Asia and the U.S., it was causing our website far more harm than good, S.E.O.-wise, and I eventually understood […]

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Planning our trip to Malaysia via eGetinzz

eGetinnz came highly recommended by one of my fellow mom bloggers, Louisa of Art of being a mom, so I decided to check it out and see what our possibilities are with it. You see, one of the things we’re praying, planning and preparing for is to travel to different places with our children before we become too old to go anywhere with them, haha! Since my husband, Jay, has been to Malaysia and has seen the place, we agreed that it will be our first travel destination as a family. What we really want is to take the kids to […]

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Trying out Tuttle’s Origami Made Easy Kit

I don’t consider myself a natural in arts and crafts, but I enjoy doing them whenever I have time to do so. Why not? They’re fun and most often than not, they’re relaxing to do. When you’re a mom, being able to relax and have fun with your kiddos is always welcome. Our 7-year old Lukas has done some really cool Origami work in his Tuesday Art class. He’s come home with a simple bird once and I’m pretty sure a bird Origami isn’t as easy to make as a paper boat. He seemed to like it a lot so […]

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